AST 212-46 Introduction to Astronomy
A general introductory laboratory science course for non-science and science majors. An understanding, appreciation, and working knowledge of astronomy and its technological, environmental, and social impact in the past, present, and future. Understanding of the scientific method is developed through laboratory and field investigations with some evening observing time required.
June 10–August 3, 2013
Lecture: Monday, Wednesday
6:30–10:20 p.m., Schaible Science Center, Room 001
Gilbert H. Pearson
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